“It’s very important to know the country of your parents”

“It’s very important to know the country of your parents”
“It’s very important to know the country of your parents”

LI still miss Morocco. ” Born in 1989 in Romorantin-Lanthenay, in Loir-et-Cher (center-west of France), Sarah El Haïry ensures that she keeps “A very strong bond” with the country of its origins. It must be said that the divorce of her parents very quickly led her to Rabat, the city of her maternal grandparents. Then came the college years, in Mohammedia, and the baccalaureate, at Lyautey high school in Casablanca.

When he returned to France to begin his university studies, the beginnings were difficult. He misses his family, back in Morocco. The young woman then embarked on law studies, very quickly taking an interest in politics. Activist until 2010 within the Union for a Popular Movement (UMP, right), she then joined the Democratic Movement (MoDem, center), of which she climbed the ranks in the department of Loire-Atlantique (West). Alternately MP, party spokesperson and city councilor for the city of Nantes, Sarah El Haïry was finally appointed, on July 26, 2020, Secretary of State in charge of Youth and Commitment to the Minister of ‘National Education.

Returned a few days before our interview in Essaouira, where she had left to welcome the competitors of the 30th edition of the Rallye Aïcha des gazelles – to which she “Dream of participating since adolescence” -, the minister claims to return to Morocco “assoon as [son] schedule allows ”.

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